|(The Thrill of Finding) Money: A Staged Reading - Shaping San Francisco|
"Money: A Comedy with Music" is a satiric portrayal of an economically troubled society in which an American banker tries to explain how money works. The new play written in 2010 in San Francisco moves from Brazil to New York, from scenes of wealth to scenes of bankruptcy, accompanied by cabaret songs, chicanery and financial chaos. Developed this year, but indebted to the Living Newspapers of the Federal Theatre Project from the 1930s, "Money" incorporates puppetry, film clips, news headlines, ...
Keywords: 1937; money; economics; comedy; musical; Federal Theater Project; WPA; Depression; derivatives
|Radically Gay: Harry Hay, LGBT Pioneer - Shaping San Francisco|
Harry Hay was a co-founder of the Mattachine Society, participant in the San Francisco General Strike of 1934, organizer of the first Radical Faerie Gathering. Harry Hay was at the heart of arts, activism, spirituality and sexual identities in the 20th century. Learn about this amazing man and discuss his legacies today. With Will Roscoe, editor of "Radically Gay: Gay Liberation in the Words of its Founder--Harry Hay" (Beacon Press: 1996), and Joey Cain, curator of the new exhibit on Harry Hay a...
Keywords: homosexual; gay; gay rights; queer; gender; theater; Maritime strike 1934; Communist Party